Last week the team over at NYC Food Bank combined a love for art and foods to raise money to provide meals for those who are in need. A person who donated $20 or more could send in their favorite food and have it drawn by a group of talented artists. They drew pictures of chips nervously jumping into a kiddy pool of salsa, wrote haikus about steaks and made Inari sushi seem almost too cute to eat. Needless to say, they were successful in raising money — $6,000, which is the equivalent of 30,000 meals. Here are our top three:
If I ever feel bad about eating carnitas, I will just think of the happy pig that loved carnitas, too. So much that he ate his own arm.
Of course, these are just 3 drawings out of a multitude of clever and charming creations found on their website.